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Western films on Distro TV that you've probably never heard of

From Under Western Stars to Saga of Death Valley, have a look at some of the Western films that can be accessed on Distro TV.

Western films on Distro TV that you've probably never heard of

Western movies can be accessed on Distro TV. 

Last Updated: 11.16 PM, Jun 23, 2024

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Western movies are one of the popular genres that have a dedicated fan following across the globe. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, and Once Upon a Time in the West are among the most famous Western movies. But if you want to explore further, you can find lesser-known Western films on Distro TV. From Under Western Stars to Saga of Death Valley, have a look at some of the Western films that can be accessed on Distro TV or on OTTplay Premium.

Western movies on Distro TV

Under Western Stars (1938)

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Joseph Kane helmed the 1938 Western film, which starred Roy Rogers, Carol Hughes, and Smiley Burnette. In the movie, a singing cowboy runs for Congress to get the government to help small ranchers in the 1930s' America.

Channel Name: The Lone Star Channel

Saga of Death Valley (1939)

Poster of Saga of Death Valley (1939).
Poster of Saga of Death Valley (1939).

In the first scene, Roy is talking to his girlfriend about marriage when he witnesses his father being shot dead by assailants who want to evict the ranchers by turning off their water. This horrific development jolts Roy. The film focuses on how he gathers courage to ensure that justice is served in the incident. This film lasts for just 53 minutes.

Channel Name: The Lone Star Channel

Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944)

Poster of Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944).
Poster of Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944).

Frank McDonald's Western musical stars Roy Rogers, one of the most well-known singing cowboys of the time, and his well-known horse, Trigger. Roy Rogers gets caught between the rivalry of two owners of rodeo shows. Victor Jory portrays Frank Madden, a show owner, who employs aggressive tactics to keep his operation afloat. Dale Evans plays Marjorie Brooks, the owner of a single rodeo.

Channel Name: The Lone Star Channel

My Pal Trigger (1946)

Poster of My Pal Trigger (1946).
Poster of My Pal Trigger (1946).

Frank McDonald helmed this 1946 Western movie, which starred Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and George "Gabby" Hayes. Roy Rogers plays the main character of the film. He is keen to breed his favorite horse, Trigger, with a mare that belongs to rancher Gabby Kendrick (George "Gabby" Hayes). But after a series of miscommunications, Gabby's prize horse dies, and Trigger is held responsible.

Channel Name: The Lone Star Channel

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